Updates on the coronavirus and how it’s affecting life in Wisconsin from reporters from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.

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8:32 a.m.: EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, scheduled for late July, is canceled

Organizers announced Friday EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2020 is canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 68th annual fly-in convention was scheduled for  July 20-26 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh.

Organizers said pre-sold AirVenture 2020 admissions and camping reservations can be rolled over to the 2021 event or are eligible for refund. Those who have made such purchases will be contacted individually within the next two weeks regarding these options.

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— Jake Prinsen

8:01 a.m.: One more death and 29 new cases reported in Milwaukee County

One more death and 29 new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Milwaukee County between Thursday afternoon and Friday morning.

That brings the countywide totals to 177 deaths and 3,045 cases, according to the county’s online dashboard.

Hospitalizations remained steady at 161 as of Thursday, virtually unchanged since April 25. Hospitalizations have slowly trended down since April 12, when the county had 267 patients.

— Elliot Hughes


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